Some of the Best and Most Interesting Coverage of the Boston Bombing

Pew collected this roundup:

“The Pressure to Be the TV News Leader Tarnishes a Big Brand”
David Carr, The New York Times, April 22, 2013

“The Manhunt for Media Screw-Ups”
Simon Dumenco, Advertising Age, April 22, 2013

“News Media and Social Media Become Part of a Real-Time Manhunt Drama”
Brian Stelter, The New York Times, April 19, 2013

“Sunday Shows Dissect the Boston Attacks”
Alex Halperin, Salon, April 21, 2013

“View: The Social Media Tail Mustn’t Wag the MSM Dog”
Felix Salmon, Columbia Journalism Review, April 22, 2013

On the Air

“How to Cover a Story Like Boston”
Radio Ink
, April 21, 2013

“View: NBC, Today Show Get Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage Right”
David Freedlander, The Daily Beast, April 20, 2013

“View: Boston Coverage: Diane Sawyer Shines, CNN Struggles, Geraldo Rivera Stinks”
David Zurawik, DailyDownload, April 20, 2013

“View: CNN Stumbles Against TV’s Instant 24/7 Rivals in Race to Cover Boston Marathon Tragedy”
Lori Rackl, Chicago Sun-Times, April 20, 2013

“CNN’s Zucker Congratulates Staff”
Alex Halperin, Salon, April 21, 2013

New Media

“View: The Death of ‘Old Journalism:’ We’re All Journalists Now”
The Daily Barometer
, April 21, 2013

“Disaster Science”
Curtis Brainard, Columbia Journalism Review, April 22, 2013